[LAU] [LAD] [ANN] Radium Compressor V0.0.1
k.s.matheussen at notam02.no
Thu Jan 17 12:49:11 UTC 2013
On 17.01.2013 13:21, Thomas Vecchione wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 7:06 AM, Kjetil Matheussen wrote:
>> I don't know the origin of the drum loop,
>> but that UMG all of a sudden heard about this video (there's only
>> been 9 views),
>> somehow recognized the short loop that's used in it from material
>> they have copyrighted, and then closed it down (only in germany),
>> and all within a time frame of two hours, sounds very unlikely to
> Youtube has an automated content matching system, which is known for
> giving occasional false positives, like someone trying to claim bird
> song field recordings as music off an album, or in my case one of the
> more notable is one of the videos where I had a wireless mic short
> out, and the brief period of pops, crackles, etc. apparently matched
> recording of 'Burning Down the House'.
> So probably what happened is that it came up with a match in the
> automated system, whether it is correct or not I don't know. You can
> say you disagree with it should you choose through Youtube's
> interface, and give a reason. It may or may not make much
> difference, so think about it carefully.
Thanks for the explanation Thomas.
Youtube sent a message to my gmail account. (I never read my gmail,
it as backup storage, so that's why I didn't see it.)
Youtube found a rap song that uses the same loop. It's likely that the
I used was originally sampled from that song, but at the same time it's
unlikely that the rapper had taken the clip from another song.
Anyway, I've uploaded the video here:
Much better quality, and no ads.
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